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Tell Me I'm Dreamin'
     

Tell Me I'm Dreamin'

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by Eboni Snoe
 

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Noted for her African-American contemporary romances, the author of Beguiled makes her Avon debut with this exquisite tale of passion on an island paradise.

Tired of being a wallflower, Nadine Clayton had hidden behind her thick glasses for too long while life and romance passed her by. So she tosses out her frumpy clothes, lets down her hair, and heads to an

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Noted for her African-American contemporary romances, the author of Beguiled makes her Avon debut with this exquisite tale of passion on an island paradise.

Tired of being a wallflower, Nadine Clayton had hidden behind her thick glasses for too long while life and romance passed her by. So she tosses out her frumpy clothes, lets down her hair, and heads to an island paradise where she meets Ulysses Deane, a handsome, mysterious stranger. Ulysses claims he isn't looking for love, but his searing kisses and passionate embraces tell Nadine a different story. He is hiding something...and Nadine realizes that maybe she is getting far more adventure than she bargains for.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780062276131
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
03/12/2013
Sold by:
HARPERCOLLINS
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
368
File size:
731 KB

Meet the Author

Eboni Snoe has five novels to her credit, and she is considered a pioneer of ethnic romances. She is the mother of a blended family of four children and currently lives in Guangzhou, China, with her husband.

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Tell Me I'm Dreamin': How Do I Know Its the Real Thing? 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"No. I won't take his place. Not this way."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Huffily stomps around.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bios done.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Frost lights" seems to be good.)) Kolo miled. "Welcome."
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am so gald that Eboni Snoe has gone digital!!!! I love this book, my first read by this author ,and I've probably read it five times already. If you're looking for an enticing read filled with colorful, lyrical writing that puts you smack in the middle of the story, this is the book for you. Happy reading :)
Guest More than 1 year ago
Eboni Snoe is the only romance writer I read... her books (all of them), have an intelligence and mystical quality above and beyond the normal, repetitive 'bodice rippers'. The locales are exotic, the women people to whome you can relate (besides being good role models), and the stories are entertaining in their own right¿even without the love story (although that really grabs your attention too)! I also always share these particular books with friends, in a way I usually don't with other authors. Eboni ¿ don¿t change a thing!!! (By the way (in case you find it pertinent)¿ I am of Native American/Celtic - not of African-American ¿ descent; don¿t make the mistake of thinking you won¿t relate to these beautiful dark skinned heroines¿ all women should be so interesting!)
Guest More than 1 year ago
'Tell Me I'm Dreaming is one of the first books I've read. I was undecided between this and 'Chance On Loving You'. I chose this one and I absolutly loved it. It gets deep into culture, mythology,pure love and happiness. This book was very detailed and so passionate that it made me cry. This is a must read. If you're into romance novels, you're not really into it if you haven't read this one. Ebonie Snoe isn't pumping the books out fast enough, I need another dosage.